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This Can Be You Buy from Amazon.com [remastered edition]
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FERNANDO PERDOMO BAND
THIS CAN BE YOU

TRACKLISTING
1 Andrea's Fault  
2 Man on the Moon  
3 Dead Flowers  
4 This Can Be You  
5 Explode  
6 Feeding The Crush
7 Bibi Kan Werk It*  
8 One And Only  
9 Amicable
10 Please  

Release details
      Original release on March 1, 2004
      
Producer
    
Fernando Perdomo

Engineer
    
Fernando Perdomo, Zach Ziskin

Photography
    
Mindy Hertzon, Blaise Girard

Musicians
     Fernando Perdomo : vocals, guitars, piano, organ, mellotron & synths
     Roger Houdaille : bass, lead vocal on*
     Cynthia Kivlan : flute, background vocal
     Derek Cintron : drums

 

ABOUT THE ALBUM
The long awaited release of Fernando Perdomo's solo band has finally arrived! 10 tracks of pure Perdomo bliss which will surely satisfy your craving for Perdomo. The smooth progressive and aggresive assault with original vocal stylings is a summary of what you will enjoy in this fine album recorded with the help of band members Derek Cintron (DC3) on drums, Roger Houdaille (Father Bloopy) on bass and contributing the flute is Cynthia "Cynful" Kivlan. After many months of performing, these tracks here demonstrate the good its done to have the material road tested before recording. Features the Surfside approved Y-100 hit "Feeding The Crush".


REVIEWS
The Fernando Perdomo Band- This Can Be You
Florida Songwriter FP's debut album features succulent pop songs that he dresses up with an RMI Electra Piano, a Realistic Moog MG1, and an odd Baldwin Synth Sound, as well as organ, Wurlitzer, and a Kawai upright. Perdomo also put together a band that could match his musical vision, adding talented singer/songwriteing graces a few songs to great effect. Perdomo's keyboard frosted songwriting is smart, and his upbeat r Derek Cintron on drums, Roger Houdaille on bass, and background vocalist Cynthia Kivlan, whose flute playsongs sound generally original (his pretty piano ballad "Please" has a haunting quality that recalls the late great Epic soundtracks). Perdomo's skills at writing, performing and producing are all on display here and show why he is on the rise in his native state.
-Keyboard Magazine September 2004


AVAILABILITY: Remastered edition @ Amazon.com